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Low-Earth-Orbit Satellites and IoT: The Next Space Revolution
June 27, 2019
Over the past decades, small satellites & IoT have dramatically changed the future of humans in space. The focus shifted from one-of-a-kind systems performing specific missions to satellite constellations working in concert to achieve a larger purpos
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On the path to 48V vehicle electronics
By Gregor Knappik   -   May 29, 2019
Let us take you on the journey towards hybridization, have a look at the drivers for change from combustion engines to electronic motors with 48V systems.
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The state of automotive only starts with autonomous driving
April 4, 2020
Learn how the state of automotive spans a variety of applications, from electrication to in-cabin AI.
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Somewhere between the Flintstones and the Jetsons
April 4, 2020
Learn more about developing adaptable automotive automation with Xilinx
Light finding its way through the holes
Li-Fi: IoT at the Speed of Light
By Gerhard Kafka   -   February 19, 2020
The optical light communication called Light Fidelity (Li-Fi), using LED-based light sources as data transmitters, offers an alternative to existing technologies such as Wi-Fi and LTE.
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Artificial Intelligence: The Future of Fashion
By Jürgen Kalwa   -   February 19, 2020
Designers and manufacturers of men’s and women’s apparel are exploring ways to predict trends faster and more accurately than ever before. They are helped by researchers who are looking for ways to utilize artificial intelligence.
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How LoRaWAN and AI at the Edge Revolutionize the IoT
January 3, 2020
Learn how LoRaWAN and artificial intelligence (AI) at the edge can revolutionize the internet of things by reducing data transmission and improving latency.
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Redefining nanopower for the Internet of Things
December 9, 2019
Internet of Things trends today revolve around shiny objects—whether they be artificial intelligence or blockchain—but what if one of the most revolutionary parts of the IoT is something designers consider every day in devices?
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Is best in class the only consideration for your analog design?
December 9, 2019
It’s easy to seek out the absolute top of the line when it comes to a design. Whatever the “best” part is, is probably what’s going to be the most compelling for your design, right?
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Designing Reliable Analog Circuits in a Less-Than-Reliable World
December 9, 2019
Analog touches everything. If not for the multitude of analog and mixed-signal components that vendors have developed in the past decades, the digital “revolution” that has made so many industry sectors leap forward would not be possible.
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Connectivity Among Major Analog Design Considerations in Health Wearables
December 9, 2019
Development of very low powered analog body sensors, digital microcontrollers, and innovative power and battery management circuits are driving the growth of wearable healthcare products.
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6 Unique Op Amp Circuits
December 9, 2019
An operational amplifier of today is not just an Op Amp but integrates multiple functions to make analog design easier.
Aveine - best conditions for tasting of wine
From idea to proof of concept – and how technology can enhance the taste of wine
July 18, 2019
Avnet Silica worked closely with innovative French start-up company Aveine, helping them to develop the world’s first digitally connected wine aerator that enables consumers to get the most out of their wine tasting experience.
Service and Maintenance with Augmented Reality
Smart Factories: From preventive to predictive Maintenance
June 27, 2019
Predictive Maintenance (PdM) is outgrowing industrial applications and starting to transform consumer products. More accessible and cost effective solutions will change the way we relate to technology.
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Today's case for AI at the edge for engineers
May 16, 2019
AI might feel far away, but engineers are innovating everyday. Should you consider edge AI?
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Avnet and Microsoft Azure Sphere: IoT security in hardware, software and at the edge
March 5, 2019
IoT has transformed various industries by automating them at large, but the security concerns associated are just as large as the market opportunity this technology presents. That’s where Azure Sphere comes in.
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4 ways AI connects retailers and customers
February 25, 2019
Technologies like machine learning and AI help retailers to process massive amounts of customer data. And with this data in hand, retailers can thoroughly understand their customers’ buying behavior.
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The rise of machine intelligence in the AI era
February 24, 2019
Whether you know it or not, this technology has a lot of potential to deal with business-specific challenges and the benefits of deep learning outnumber its drawbacks.
Harnessing the Power of a Global IoT Network
Developing multicamera vision systems for autonomous vehicles
By Michaël Uyttersprot   -   January 22, 2019
One of the biggest challenges in developing vision systems for autonomous vehicles is handling the large amounts of data created by cameras and sensors.
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5 of the best artificial intelligence use cases
January 3, 2019
AI’s upgraded algorithms make predictive analytics, parse data, and help businesses make smarter decisions from the boardroom to the factory floor.
Harnessing the Power of a Global IoT Network
Programmable analog IC delivers FPGA versatility to mixed-signal circuit designs
By Massimiliano Cavazzana   -   December 14, 2018
Maxim’s MAX11300 PIXITM is a new programmable high-voltage mixed-signal IC that works with a microcontroller and is optimized for I/O requirements.
Harnessing the Power of a Global IoT Network
Harnessing the Power of a Global IoT Network
By Romain Tesniere   -   October 5, 2018
LPWANs can support connections across distances of 1000km in line-of-site installations, up to 50km in rural environments, and as far as 10km in urban areas.
Boosting security in cars with CAN-FD
Boosting security in cars with CAN-FD
By Werner Busch   -   July 3, 2018
CAN-FD enables increase of the communication bandwidth and implement suitable cryptography methods to secure data and authenticate devices connected to the bus.
Passive RFID using UHF delivers long-range benefits in the IoT
Passive RFID using UHF delivers long-range benefits in the IoT
By Costica Dima   -   June 20, 2018
We have grown to expect certain things to happen ‘automatically’, without knowing how, and the IoT will accelerate and expand that.
Surveillance - one of many applications of embedded vision systems
Elements in the development of embedded vision systems for real-world applications
By Michaël Uyttersprot   -   May 16, 2018
Improvements in processing performance, power consumption, image sensors, computer algorithms and machine learning have elevated vision to a higher level.
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